Through its Economic Justice program, the Fondo de Mujeres del Sur (FMS) provides financial support and technical and political support to grassroots and intermediate organizations in Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay that work on actions to advance economic justice for women. women, diverse identities, and sexualities.

Implemented in partnership with the Alchemy Fund (Chile), it seeks to promote different ways of looking at the economy, with a focus on family, solidarity, and feminist economy perspectives, as well as promoting the care agenda.

We accompany organizations of women, with diverse identities and sexualities from urban, rural, peasant, indigenous, black and Afro-descendant, youth, lesbian, trans, and bisexual sectors, as well as workers from highly precarious sectors.

Also, to union organizations that mainstream gender agendas in the union movements in the three countries; processes of work cooperatives, popular fairs, and enterprises that aim to generate economic autonomy from critical perspectives of social and gender inequalities, often accompany these initiatives with advocacy agendas.

The Fondo de Mujeres del Sur (FMS), in conjunction with the Alchemy Fund, seeks with this initiative to promote the work of feminist activism to amplify the voices of women, diverse identities, and sexualities in the world of work, as well as the construction of alternatives popular, supportive, that put the sustainability of life in a central place.